Sunday, September 8, 2013

Lunch Made Easy: SunButter & Honey Apple Sandwich #AllergyFriendly

It's been a beautiful weekend. I spent it with my best girl, Little Miss, on Saturday in the Ann Arbor & Detroit area for the day. Sunday is always filled with praise, worship, and reflection... and now once again, football. Yes, I'm an NFL junkie - sorry!  

Sunday is also the day Little Miss and I love spending time in the kitchen together creating and coming up with yummy foods. Her SunButter & Honey Apple Sandwich is one of those delicious ideas. 

{Allergy Friendly} Gluten, Peanut, Tree Nut, Dairy, & Soy Free:

SunButter is our preferred nut free alternative spread to peanut butter: It's made from sunflower seeds. 

SunButter is gluten, tree nut, peanut, dairy, & egg free. It's Vegan & Kosher. It's technically soy free, as well. You can read their soy statement here

We packed our sandwich on Udi's bread which is gluten, nut, soy, & dairy free. Also packed in her EasyLunchboxes container are carrot sticks, grapes, & kettle chips. 


I keep our apple slices from browning by soaking them in apple juice for a few minutes. 

I prefer the apple juice method over lemon or lime juice, as it doesn't effect the flavor. 

This sandwich combo is a perfect mix of salty & sweet, while the apple slices also add a yummy crunch to the sammie.



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4 comments:

  1. Looks delicious, Keeley! And what gorgeous pix! And oh yeah, Go Blue! :)

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  2. This looks really yummy-I've never tried soaking apples in apple juice but that's brilliant. My kids don't really love lemon flavored apples...but they won't eat browned ones either.

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  3. Oh, I will be making that for my son! Thanks for the reminder that jelly (even my mom's homemade!) is not the only thing that goes with Sunbutter!

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